It runs a linux variant, and I think (think) it might actually be capable of running as a ForgeRock identity server. I installed Apache on it already. I’m about to install Java on it, and after that, I might be motivated to try getting some portion of the ForgeRock stack up and running.
It’s a very capable device, and I’ve gotten java installed and working. I’m pretty sure that writing applications that use the ForgeRock stack for authentication, etc. would be dead simple. I’m also pretty sure I could get at least some of the ForgeRock stack running on the device itself.
Not entirely sure I still have the motivation for the ForgeRock integration, but we’ll see what happens.
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